Maximiliano Jones

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Maximiliano Cipriano Jones (1871–1944) was a Krio Fernandino who became the richest black planter of the island Fernando Po, Spanish Guinea in 1929.[1] His son, Wilwardo Jones, was also a planter on the island.

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  1. ^ From slaving to neoslavery: the bight of Biafra and Fernando Po in the era of abolition, 1827-1930; by I. K. Sundiata; Univ of Wisconsin Press, 1996; ISBN 0-299-14510-7, ISBN 978-0-299-14510-1; p.158